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Mirage 4000 Pro Tower 2 of 4
Mirage 4000 Pro Tower 2 of 4
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Description: Fan added to the Voodoo 3 heatsink as the card by itself generates a lot of heat. The heatsink is very hot without the fan! I may try to overclock it slightly now. ;-)
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Posted by: x56h34 at January 03, 2004, 11:10:23 AM

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hamtronix
Posts:566
July 18, 2007, 10:26:46 PM
Te paula vs SB should be easy to test and show with an oscilliscope.
AMC258
Posts:877
February 07, 2007, 12:34:53 AM
At least I am.  Near-infinite resolution is always better than 16-bit resolution.
I have exceptional hearing, and I can usually tell if audio is digital (<=16 bit) or analog.  I cannot distinguish 24bit or higher digital audio unless of course it's compressed in some other way.  I can hear people sneaking up on me from great distances in loud environments too.  It really scares them when I turn around because I hear them coming!  I can hear the horizontal oscillator in a computer monitor in my basement from my second floor if its quiet in the house.

I don't know about the Paula vs SB, but, maybe an Amiga with a Paula has a very different frequency response curve than a SoundBlaster.  It would be interesting to see.
Lando
Posts:1390
July 15, 2006, 04:16:42 AM
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i see a sounblaster card in there, hehe threw my SB card out as soon as it got in my A4K, paula has a warmer much nicer sound then the cold sounding creative  :-D


Heh heh I bet you're one of those people who say that vinyl sounds better than CD's too :-)
PPC
Posts:291
October 18, 2005, 02:52:37 PM
i see a sounblaster card in there, hehe threw my SB card out as soon as it got in my A4K, paula has a warmer much nicer sound then the cold sounding creative  :-D
x56h34
Posts:2921
April 23, 2004, 01:09:43 PM
I've removed the Picasso IV from this setup (sold it on eBay) and now the cables have a bit more space between them. It's not as crowded as it seems from the pictures. I am looking into dumping the IDE CD drive and replacing it with a UW SCSI one, and maybe keep only the IDE burner for backups, and for regular usage have a total DMA environment (Power Flyer 4000 is not DMA capable, unfortunately).

The red cables are for IDE/ATA devices and the red & white ribbon cable is for UW SCSI.
sir_inferno
Posts:1036
February 22, 2004, 02:21:48 PM
are those random copper cables in the middle????
Karlos
Posts:16807
February 12, 2004, 04:18:00 PM
Looks kinda crowded in there. Do you have any intake fans for the case?


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